March 5, 2003 Subject:
First Mraz show
Here is the info so you don't have to search for it at RKOP:
Taper: Victor Yiu (vyiu (at) rockpark.com)
Michael Olivier (mto (at) pobox.com)
Source: marcSound omnis -> TCD-D8
Location: FOB (7' high)
Conversion: TCD-D8 -> Zoltrix Nightingale (digi-in) ->
WaveLab -> CDWave -> mkwACT
SHN: Seek Tables appended. No DAE
Mastering: Michael Olivier and Victor Yiu
1. "Introduction, Sunglasses" 5:36 2. Common Pleasure 5:19 3. "Requests" 4:55 4. Conversation With Myself 7:48 5. Did I Fool Ya? 5:07 6. I'll Do Anything 3:52 7. "Life of a rock star" 2:51 8. Rocket Man (Elton John) 3:18 9. On Love, In Sadness 3:48
An AMAZING show in a very small, intimate venue.
Great crowd tonight.
This recording is missing the last three songs (most of
Rand McNally and all of Curbside Prophet and 0% Interest)
because some girl (Kirsten) decided to unplug our mics.
She also unplugged another DAT deck at the beginning of the
show and stacked all of the tapers' equipment on top of each
other. Thanks for that. Thanks for respecting other peoples'
This was a great show. "Mercedes' Song" was to my friend, Mercy. She asked if Jason always wore the "Rockets" shirt. And then the bashing went on from there. What an intimate show. Very small venue on the campus of UT Austin. I was lucky enough to sit front row and experience them live.
March 3, 2003 Subject:
This show is highly entertaining for several reasons. The band seems to get pretty "happy" on Shiner Bock by the end of the show - and Jason even makes up a little ditty about it as a segue into Sleeping To Dream. He also has a slow/different intro into Older Lover Undercover that was quite nice. The audience can be quite distracting at times - they were very lively. Jason and Toca were also a little sick. While not my favourite show, it does capture the charm of the Mraz group quite well.